Customers Drawn To New Beauty Products With CBDIt could be the next big thing in beauty and wellness: CBD. Products containing the ingredient have been popping up everywhere including at mainstream retailers like CVS, Walgreens and Sephora.
UC Scientists Hack Beer Yeast To Create THC, CBD - Active Chemicals Found In MarijuanaScientists have found a way to produce the mind-altering cannabis chemical known as THC, and its therapeutic cousin CBD, with genetically modified beer yeast.
Pet Store Sells CBD Oil For Jumpy Pets Ahead Of Loud NYE FireworksPet Food Express is selling Cannabinoid Oil (CBD) for jumpy pets, claiming that it can help alleviate their tensions during the the upcoming boom of New Year's Eve fireworks.
Camp Green: Black Entrepreneurs Cash In On Multi-Billion Dollar Marijuana 'Green Rush'BR's Christin Ayers met up with a group of African American entrepreneurs that is getting in on California’s so-called green rush. It's called Camp Green.
San Francisco Brewery Ordered To Stop Making Beer With CBD
Cannabis Chef Fuses Marijuana With Haute CuisinePot shops and lounges are popping up across San Francisco. But the next big thing may be marijuana restaurants.
Marijuana Growers Diversify With Hemp Amid CBD BoomThe rapidly evolving market comes amid skyrocketing demand for a hemp-derived extract called cannabidiol, or CBD, seen by many as a health aid.
Feds Take Action Against Cannabis Chemical CBD Despite Benefit To Patients With SeizuresThe feds claim all cannabis extracts, including CBD, are controlled substances and illicit despite proven health benefits. Now a lawsuit is challenging that.
Cannabis Industry Takes Stand Against Push To Reclassify CBD ProductsThe cannabis industry is fighting a ban on CBD oil, a derivative that is used in a wide array of products but doesn't get users high.
Medical Cannabis For Ailing Pets Gaining More AdvocatesThere’s growing evidence a compound derived from a variety of the cannabis plant may be just what ailing pets need.
Medicinal Pot-Laced Doggie Treats Won't Get Fido High... But They May Get Him WellAn Oakland-based company is making pot-laced treats for ailing pampered pooches that owners say don't get them high, they get them well. They're called Treat-ibles.